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London Eye Tickets

Get a 360° view of London, including Westminster Abbey and Big Ben in a comfortable cabin!

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Tickets overview

  • The London Eye stands at 135 m (443 ft) tall over the River Thames, Europe's tallest cantilevered observation wheel

  • Marks Barfield Architects built this structure in 1999 to celebrate the new millennium

  • 3 million visitors flock to one of the world's most famous Ferris wheels each year

  • From the top of the London Eye, you can see the River Thames below, Big Ben, House of Parliament, several bridges and gardens, and as far as Windsor Castle on a clear day

  • It's the recipient of 85+ awards as a top national and international tourist attraction

With 3 million annual visitors standing in line to get to the top of London, it's best to book your London Eye tickets in advance. Skip the line and enjoy more time on one of Europe's most famous Ferris wheels.

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  • Storage is available for pushchairs, buggies, luggage, and personal items for a fee; luggage is not permitted on the London Eye

  • Each rotation on the London Eye lasts for 30 minutes

  • The London Eye is wheelchair accessible and service animals are allowed on the pods

  • Water is permitted inside the pods, but other food or drinks (including alcohol) are not allowed

London Eye FAQs

All eyes are on the London Eye when tourists arrive, so it's best to avoid peak times – between 11:00 and 15:00.

Instead, plan to arrive right when the attraction opens, or just before it closes. If you get lucky, you may even witness a sunset over the Thames.

The London Eye is located on the River Thames, with a view of the river on one side, and the Jubilee Gardens on the other.

This giant Ferris wheel stands tall at 135 m (443 ft) above London with incredible views of Westminster Bridge, Whitehall Gardens, and even Big Ben on a clear day.

Centrally located in the middle of the bustling city of London, the London Eye is easy to find.

The nearest tube station is Waterloo – alight here and exit on the South Bank. From there, it's a 5-minute walk to the London Eye (you can't miss it!).

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Dirk,  Netherlands Netherlands
06 Jan 2024
Great Service, we booked fast lane tickets for the London Eye for 13.00 pm. We arrived 1 hour to early, no problem within 5 minutes we were in the London Eye
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Naima,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
14 Dec 2023
This was wonderful especially the guider jordon omg he did very well. Explained everything that was really complete. I really admire his effort. Good job
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Linda,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
30 Sep 2023
Waited a few years to go on this, as on previous occasions weather had not permitted. Although terrified of heights, this was still worth a visit, luckily this time the weather couldn’t have been...
Waited a few years to go on this, as on previous occasions weather had not permitted. Although terrified of heights, this was still worth a visit, luckily this time the weather couldn’t have been better. Amazing views and thoroughly enjoyed it
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About: London Eye

Once the world's tallest observation wheel, the London Eye has 32 sealed and air-conditioned capsules, each holding up to 25 people. It is located near Waterloo and the River Thames. A full rotation on the Eye takes 30 minutes and gives you a 360° view of London.

London Eye
Saturday 11:00 - 18:00
Sunday 11:00 - 18:00
Monday 11:00 - 18:00
Tuesday 11:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 11:00 - 18:00
Thursday 11:00 - 18:00
Friday 11:00 - 18:00
London Eye
Riverside Building, County Hall, SE1 7PB, London
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